PARISH CLERGY

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Fr Timothy (Tim)  Buckley C.Ss.R

Fr Tim became parish priest of Bishop Eton and St Mary’s in 2011,  He and Fr. Andrew attended the Redemptorist novitiate at the same time.  He gained an MA in Christian Spirituality from Creighton University, Omaha, USA, and has a doctorate from Heythrop College, London University. His thesis on the pastoral care of Catholics who experience marital breakdown was published in 1997 under the title, What Binds Marriage? – Roman Catholic Theology in Practice. He was Publishing Director of Redemptorist Publications for six years from the beginning of 2001 and then returned to mission and retreat work across the country. His book, Take Heart: Expand your vision of God, was published in June 2009. For many years Fr Tim created stories to help children understand their faith. His first book of children’s stories, The Adventures of Freddie Freckles, was published in October 2009,  the second children's book Freddie Freckles and the Sacraments was published in late 2014.

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 Fr. Andrew Burns C.Ss.R

 Fr. Andrew Burns C.Ss.R has been the rector of the monastery since May 2015. He and Fr. Tim attended the Redemptorist novitiate together. Immediately after his ordination in 1971 he went to South Africa, where he was engaged in a variety of ministries. At that time South Africa was a vice province under the auspices of the London Province.  In 1989

Fr Andrew became the first elected Provincial of the South African Province. He returned to England in 2006, residing iin his home town of Middlesbrough  until his appointment to Liverpool in 2015.

Fr. Andrew is the priest member of the National Executive Team of Worldwide Marriage Encounter in England and Wales .

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Fr. James (Jim) Casey C.Ss.R

Fr. Jim was ordained in 1964.

Over the years he has lived in many of the Redemptorist communities.  He is an expert on Rome having worked there for several years as the Secretary in the Redemptorist's general government.

He celebrated his Golden Jubilee of Ordination in 2014

Fr MichaelFr Michael Henesy C.Ss.R

Fr Michael was ordained on the 17th September 1967

Fr Michael is an artist and musician. He worked for many years in the publishing house, producing best sellers such as 'how to survive being married to a Catholic'.

Those who attended the 2019 Novena were treated to Fr Michael's keyboard skills. 

Fr Michael's artistic talents have been put to good use. His paintings have raised money for the refurbishment of St Patirck's in Edinburgh (previously administered by the Redemptorists), and more recently for the work of the Redemptorists in Zimbabwe.

He celebrated his Golden Jubilee of Ordination in 2017

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Rev John Keeley

Deacon John Keeley celebrated his Silver Jubilee as a deacon in 2012.

The reinstatement of the permanent diaconate after the Second Vatican Council  meant that married and family men have been able to bring a new dimension to ministry, but this has been possible only with the loving support of the rest of the family.  

John's ministry has been made possible thanks to his wife Maureen and their family.

GregRev Gergely Juhasz

Greg  was ordained in 2019 as a Deacon for Bishop Eton and the wider Pastoral area.

The reinstatement of the permanent diaconate after the Second Vatican Council  meant that married and family men have been able to bring a new dimension to ministry, but this has been possible only with the loving support of the rest of the family.  

Greg ministry has been made possible thanks to his wife Elisabeth and their family.